Waterproof cable assemblies to protect radios against moisture and tampering introduced by Amphenol RF

Aug. 20, 2021
Cable assemblies protect applications where systems may be compromised through exposure to the elements or through external tampering.

DANBURY, Conn. – Amphenol RF in Danbury, Conn., is introducing waterproof IP-rated and tamper-resistant cable assemblies with TNC and RP-TNC configurations for applications like remote outdoor enclosures, portable radios, handheld devices, and industrial equipment.

These cable assemblies are designed using 1.13-millimeter micro coax cable and feature the ultraminiature AMC4 connector on one end for applications where systems may be compromised through exposure to the elements or external tampering.

Both cable assembly configurations operate at 50 ohms and use a threaded interface to ensure mating stability and electrical performance.

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The front-mounted bulkhead jacks can be fastened on the inside of the panel or enclosure which provides additional security for sensitive systems. The 1.13-millimeter micro coax cable provides additional flexibility for installation needs, as well as an ultraminiature mated connection for small spaces and crowded circuit boards.

Waterproof sealed solutions are engineered to protect from outside elements and are tested to IP67 specifications in the mated and unmated condition.

RF lines are designed to meet interface performance specifications, with the addition of internal and external sealing features. For more information contact Amphenol RF online at www.amphenolrf.com.

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